A Romanian suspected war criminal and human trafficker has lived 20 years in the LA area; he eludes the FBI; the G team help to find and seize him; a CIA guy adds facts; against orders the threesome grab him; Kensi arrives in Afghanistan.

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Anton Zevlos / John Vasile
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Donald Banks
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A Romanian man, Zevlos, suspected of war crimes, formerly a high-ranking official of the Communist regime before it fell, in 1989, also believed to have masterminded Romania's human-trafficking ring, has lived in the Los Angeles area for the past 20 years under a new identity (Vasile); the current government of Romania has asked the US Department of State to seize and extradite him; he evades the FBI; the Callen team receives a request to help finish the job. G and Sam visit the Vasile home, meet the wife and the lawyer, and discover a secret stash of files and weapons; G and Sam see Zevlos, but he gets away again; Hetty reports that the SecNav has ordered the NCIS to disengage; G, Sam, and Deeks ride an aircraft with a CIA guy, who reveals some history; the threesome find and seize Zevlos and Carla; Hetty confronts G and Sam about their disobedience. Kensi arrives in Afghanistan, meets Granger, and gets her new assignment; she and Deeks miss each other. Written by DocRushing

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10 December 2013 (USA)  »

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In one sequence G and Sam serve as the pilot and the co-pilot of a turbine-powered chartered bizjet aircraft. That's absurd and unrealistic, and it grossly stretches the limits of credibility. The owner of the bird would not allow that to happen, and the partners would not know how even to start the engines, use a checklist, follow the communication protocol, taxi, raise the landing gear, operate the flaps, set the autopilot, or get the machine back on the ground in one piece. The only task they could handle is taking off, which is the single easiest task in aviation, but they would not be able to get a clearance or to reach a runway. See more »

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